Everything We Know About The Facebook Feed Changes So Far

Everything We Know About The Facebook Feed Changes So Far

Ok, so Facebook has announced changes to how it displays content in the feed and people are freaking out. And not in a good way. Here’s what is happening: Posts from family and Friends be prioritized According to VP of News Feed Adam Mosseri, Facebook will prioritize “posts that inspire back-and-forth discussion in the comments and posts that you might want to share and react to. Because space in News Feed is limited, showing more posts from friends and family and updates that spark conversation means we’ll show less public content, including videos … Read more

Looking For 2018 Artist Grants and Opportunities

Looking For 2018 Artist Grants and Opportunities?

Artwork Archive recently compiled a terrific list of Artist grants and published them with a user-friendly lists of FAQ details such as award amounts, deadlines, and limited artist fields. Most of the opportunities focus on the graphic arts field but you’ll find a few that are broader in scope. Moreover, they have a handy list of online resources that help keep artists apprised of new opportunities. Visit Artwork Archive’s The Complete Guide to 2018 Artist Grants and Opportunities

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ArtsHacker’s Guide To Combating Post Net Neutrality Slowdowns: Minification and Reducing HTTP Requests

One of the most common problems WordPress users run into over time are slowdowns resulting from an overload of HTTP requests. In English, those requests are the sum of getting and sending data, which could be something simple like files and images to something quite complex like social sharing, analytics tracking, and eCommerce functionality. The more stuff a user can interact with on any given page, the more HTTP requests it generates. The more HTTP requests you have, the slower your page will load. Minification is one of the most accessible ways … Read more

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